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Compare the New 2019 Toyota C-HR in Concord to the Popular 2019 Honda HR-V

In the modern day, tech gets smaller to fit into the increasingly busy and demanding lifestyles that we lead--and as tech shrinks, so do some of our cars. That's why the newest subcompact crossover segment is growing so rapidly in Concord, NC. Two of the top options right now are the new 2019 Honda HR-V and the new 2019 Toyota C-HR. Both are fairly new additions to this young segment, but both are tough competitors targeted toward a market of younger, on-the-move drivers. The benefit of the compact size and sporty nature, though, is that these models can appeal to just about anyone.

Compare these two popular subcompact crossovers to see which model, Toyota or Honda, will be the better fit for your lifestyle and your needs.

 
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2019 Toyota C-HR vs. 2019 Honda HR-V

  • The 2019 Honda HR-V is the more affordable option, starting at around $20,520*
  • The base Toyota C-HR model starts at $20,940, but quickly climbs in price as you add options
  • Both models offer choice of three trims; the Honda HR-V gives you three incredibly unique options: the LX, EX, and EX-L Navi
  • The 2019 Honda HR-V offers a huge amount of cargo space: 24.3 cubic feet behind the second row of seats, and up to 58.8 cubic feet (no, that's not a typo) with the middle-row Magic Seat folded flat
  • In comparison, the "versatile" Toyota C-HR? Only gives you 19 cubic feet behind the second row, and only 36.4 cubic feet of total interior cargo space--and that's not a typo, either
  • The cabin of the Toyota C-HR is interesting and angular--but the interior of the Honda HR-V was designed for comfort, not for artsy thrills, and, at that, it does well
  • Both crossovers give you a standard four-cylinder engine: Toyota's 144-horsepower 2.0-liter and Honda's 141-horsepower 1.8-liter
  • New for 2019, the Honda HR-V offers a CVT as standard equipment--that's an option on the C-HR
  • Both of these subcompact SUVs offer peppy driving dynamics, feeling more like a car than an SUV, but the Honda HR-V is more responsive and more agile
  • Only the Honda HR-V can be equipped with All-Wheel Drive--the C-HR doesn't offer it even as an option


Any prices shown are Honda suggested retail prices only. MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $995.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices. Honda vehicle accessory costs, labor and installation vary. Dealers set their own prices. Please consult your selected dealer.

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